In article <5413381f05brian.jordan9(a)btinternet.com>,
Brian Jordan <brian.jordan9(a)btinternet.com> wrote:
In article <20140605162123.GM27671(a)kyllikki.org>,
Vincent Sanders <vince(a)netsurf-browser.org> wrote:
> I am pleased to be able to announce that I have enabled the persistent
> source object cache on the RISC OS build. This means that RISC OS CI
> builds from #1956 onwards have the capability to store cacheable
> objects fetched from from the web to disc.
> I would appreciate any feedback on this feature though bugs
> logged through the usual means of the bug tracker.
Subjectively, this is a massive enhancement. Using the default cache
size I feel I am seeing reloads of pages very much quicker than before.
I am just off to set a masive cache size on this machine...
I have trebled the cache here and this morning have been browsing a forum
site onto which users load unnecessarily large photographs. The reloading
of these pictures used to take so long on Netsurf that I preferred to use
a Windows browser when I visited it. Although still a little slower than
the Windows browser I can now happily use NetSurf with so much being
preserved between sessions. Thank you.
Virtual RPC-AdjustSA on Windows 8.1 Pro
RISC OS 6.20
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